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Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence
Military Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence
TitleMilitary Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's Residence
DescriptionExterior lawn, reception scene with individuals in view under a canopy tent. Identified as "Musicale at Mrs. B.T. Whipple's." According to an advertising announcement in the scrapbook, a military musical to benefit Battery D. Mo. F.A. was held in conjunction with the Kansas City Chapter of the DAR at the Whipple residence located at 4538 Warwick Boulevard. The program included a patriotic pageant, dances, a patriotic address, hymns, drills, etc. Apparently Mrs. Whipple's brother, Marvin Gates, was captain of the Company. Admission was $.50.
DateJune 9, [1917]
Item TypePhotograph, b/w, 4 in. x 5 in., attached
CollectionDAR, Kansas City Chapter, World War I Scrapbook
LocationSC90, page 16
SubjectMilitary service
Musical revues & comedies
Local SubjectWorld War I
129th Field Artillery, Battery A
Daughters of the American Revolution
Digital FormatJPEG
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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